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It's just another day at the Glass Tiger Cafe, which means anything could happen and plenty usually does in this easygoing Hungarian comedy. Peter Rudolph plays Lali, the diner's proprietor, who over the course of a typical day finds himself dealing with a woman who can't hear or speak who has just been stood up at the altar; an inspector with the health department who nearly winds up in the hospital after getting too close to the electricity; a local cop who discovers his lottery ticket is a winner; two women who have their eye on Lali (too bad they happen to be mother and daughter); and a restroom that stubbornly refuses to work properly. Star Peter Rudolph also directed the film, in collaboration with Ivan Kapitany, and co-wrote the screenplay. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi